(Andrew Kelly/Reuters)
(Andrew Kelly/Reuters)

Intel to invest at least $20 billion building Ohio chip factories

The investment comes during a broader computer chip shortage that has held back numerous industries.

Venmo, PayPal and other payment apps have to tell the IRS about your side hustle if you make more than $600 a year.

The IRS isn't coming after your Venmo or Paypal transactions with friends and family. But it does want information on your side-hustle income.

Patients in pain as omicron wave leads to surgery delays

Doctors and patients described frustration over delayed surgeries, overflowing emergency rooms and hospital beds that have been taken out of service because of a lack of staff.

Belarusian officials charged in fake bomb threat orchestrated for dissident arrest

The officials allegedly plotted to force a Ryanair flight to make an emergency landing in Minsk.

Tesla driver faces felony charges in fatal crash involving Autopilot

Two people were killed in the 2019 crash when the car abruptly left the freeway and ran a red light, according to reports.

Peloton stock plunges following report it will halt production

CNBC, citing internal documents, says the company will hit pause amid slowing demand for its connected Bike and treadmill.

Federal Reserve is taking the next step toward possibly launching a digital dollar

The Federal Reserve on Thursday issued a long-awaited report weighing whether to launch its own digital currency.

Workers are out sick in record numbers, exacerbating labor shortage woes

Nearly 9 million people missed work in late December and early January as the omicron variant bit into the labor market.

Amazon is opening a 30,000-square-foot store with QR codes and palm-scanning checkout

The 30,000-square-foot shop opening this year in California will harness QR codes and real-time recommendations for a ‘seamless’ shopping experience

A professor said her students think Americans make six figures on average. That’s a long way off.

The answers some of Nina Strohminger's business students at the University of Pennsylvania provided give insight into how people understand the world around them, experts said.

Mortgage rates are nearly back to pre-pandemic highs

The 30-year fixed-rate average climbed to 3.56 percent this week, its highest level since March 2020.

Telling office bullies that they hurt your feelings may feel liberating. But it’s a bad idea.

It's understandable to want to call out backstabbers and bullies at your old job. But it may not actually help you move on.

How New York authorities are taking aim at Trump and his family

Court filings from New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) provide an exhaustive look at the former president’s financial records, making more clear what investigators know — and what they’re still looking for.

Biden renewed a free program to feed needy kids. Most states haven’t even applied.

At its height, Pandemic-EBT fed millions of low-income students. Now it’s faltering as burdened administrators opt out.

N.Y. attorney general alleges Trump’s business inflated property values, wealth statements

New York Attorney General Letitia James outlined the claims in a bid to force Trump and his adult children to testify in a civil probe.
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